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Disney on Ice: A ‘Treasure Trove’ of classic tales

On the ice we go — Snow White and the Dwarfs skate happily every after in Disney on Ice's "Treasure Trove," coming to Power Balance Pavilion later this month. ©2006 Feld Entertainment
On the ice we go — Snow White and the Dwarfs skate happily every after in Disney on Ice's "Treasure Trove," coming to Power Balance Pavilion later this month. ©2006 Feld Entertainment

SACRAMENTO — Audiences will enjoy a gem for every generation when Disney on Ice’s “Treasure Trove” skates into Power Balance Pavilion Oct. 26-30.

This all-new magical medley of Disney tales spans the years from the first animated film, “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” to the 50th animate film, “Tangled.”

“Treasure Trove” is an action-packed ice adventure that takes audiences on a journey through the legacy of classic Disney films. Families can expect to get “tangled” up with Rapunzel and Flynn, and enter the world of other favorite Disney princesses — Tiana, Cinderella, Jasmine, Ariel, Sleeping Beauty, Belle, Mulan and, of course, the princess who started it all, Snow White.

Youngsters will enjoy setting sail with Peter Pan, the always sassy Tinker Bell and the cantankerous Captain Hook and his pirate pals on an adventure beyond Neverland, as well as trekking the wilds of Africa with Simba, Nala, Pumbaa and Timon as they discover the true meaning of the “Circle of Life.” And no one wants to be late to a very important date in the whimsical world of Wonderland with Alice and the Mad Hatter as they march with the Queen of Hearts’ Army of Cards.

“Treasure Trove” is led by two female producers, sisters Nicole and Juliette Feld, a first for the company.

“Watching Disney movies is a special pastime for many families,” said Juliette. “For Treasure Trove we wanted to extend that experience by producing one remarkable show to commemorate the everlasting Disney animated films live on the ice.”

Disney on Ice’s “Treasure Trove” showtimes are 7 p.m. on Oct. 26-29; 11 a.m. on Oct. 28 and 29; noon and 4 p.m. on Oct. 30. Tickets are $14, $17, $23, $38 (VIP) or $60 (front row). Purchase them at ticketmaster.com or call the box office at 1-800-745-3000.

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